The vines of Grenache and Mourvèdre evolve on soils of clay and limestone chips.
The Syrah, meanwhile, comes from a limestone soil covered with silica.
The various grapes are vinified individually so that they fully express their own charcteristics. The fermentation lasts 3 to 4 weeks depending on the grape variety. The wines are racked before the start of the malolactic fermentation. The grapes are finally blended and aged for 8 months in oak barrels.
Note de dégustation:
Shiny colour with purple reflections.
The nose reveals delicious aromas of ripe lack fruits together with a sunny touch of spices.
In the mouth, a round fruit dominates. Aging in barrels brigns full ness, complexity and delicate toasted notes.
Service & accords:
Open in advance and serve around 13 – 15° C
This wine can be enjoyed with grilled meats such as matured prime rib of beef, cooked vegetables or mature cheeses such as Comté of 18 to 24 months.